WandaVision’s brand new audition video has emerged and maybe a surprising teaser for the Marvel Studios show, which is due to be released later this year on Disney+. While there have been reports about the rebirth of the dream about Scarlet Witch’s reality-warping abilities and the possibility that their twin kids might make their comics debut, there is another essential figure that might appear in the next season. But since they are audition clips, it is impossible to tell whether these plot details appear in the final product.
But this does not mean that we can’t look at this clip that Patreon scooper DanielRPK found.
In this video, we’ll get WandaVision’s audition clip from the young actor Nick Fisher, who plays the video with a young twin named “Tim.” He chastises his brother and claims he is “the cool twin” to Halloween, calling his brother “a dorkasaurus rex.”
But it’s the mention of their uncle sleeping on the couch, which attracts the attention of everybody else because it might mean the return of a character not seen since Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Examples of young Avengers heroes Wiccan and Speed, AKA Billy Kaplan and Tommy Shepherd, were already rumored to appear in the show. These are the offspring of Scarlet Witch and Vision, who underwent several comics changes, mostly because of the truth-warming ability of Wanda Maximoff.
But Quicksilver’s reappearance, who is identified as the twin brother, is a much more severe surprise, mainly because we still have to hear the new Disney+ series of actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s return.
Quicksilver was unexpectedly killed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon after his debut. While they appeared briefly on the post-crédit Captain America scene: The Winter Soldier, his debut with Scarlet Witch was only brief, when he died at the end of Avengers: Age Of Ultron.
There were reports that the character will return to Avengers: endgame or that in the future he would feature in the series somewhere else— but perhaps this video of the audition teases a different character entirely.
While we will not find out for a while, because Marvel Studios holds WandaVision close, we won’t have to wait long before the series begins later this year.